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The Nissan GT-R is definitely the hottest thing to come from Japan nowadays, but when it comes to mid-engined supercars, the Honda/Acura NSX set all the benchmarks. At least it did until 2005, when Honda decided to pull the plug on the sports car it had developed with input from Ayrton Senna himself, who’s regarded by many as the best Formula One driver in history. The NSX went on sale in 1990 with a 270-horsepower, 3.0-liter V-6 behind its seats. The unit was later updated to a 3.2-liter V-6 that cranked out 290 ponies. While its output wasn’t exactly impressive when compared to other supercars from the era, the NSX was incredibly fast due to its low curb weight. Zero to 60 took 5.1 seconds at launch, but the benchmark dropped to 4.5 seconds by the late 1990s. Production of the NSX ceased in 2005, when Honda announced plans to develop a successor. Fast-forward to the 2015 North American International Auto Show, where after years of teasing and concept reveals, the 2016 Acura NSX has finally become a reality.

A quarter of a century after the original NSX debuted, the second generation of the model couldn’t be more different in terms of just about every detail apart from the number of cylinders, engine configuration and position. Powered by a twin-turbocharged, 75-degree, V-6 engine that is paired with three electric motors and a nine-speed, dual-clutch transmission (DCT), the 2016 Acura NSX is now here and it means business.

"Our global team embraced the challenge to create a new sports car experience, leveraging new technology to deliver incredibly vivid performance in a vehicle that responds intuitively and immediately to the will of the driver," said Ted Klaus, chief engineer and global development leader for the model. "The NSX delivers pinnacle supercar performance, with zero-delay acceleration and exhilarating, confidence-inspiring driving dynamics." Unlike the rear-wheel-driven first generation, the new NSX comes with SH-AWD, with the front wheels powered by two of the three electric motors. Despite being a globally developed sports car, the 2016 NSX was largely designed by a team led by American engineers from Honda’s development center in Raymond, Ohio, with the production of the model to take place in Marysville, Ohio.

Updated 12/18/2015: Acura has announced pricing and on-sale information for the NSX sports car. Find out more in the Prices section below.

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